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Strona 18 - that the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.
Strona 18 - France ;" when such was the attraction of his name, that it ran through the unprecedented number of forty-eight editions ! In 1802, the prince of Wales not only restored him to his office of attorney-general, but made him keeper of his seals for the duchy of Cornwall. On the death of Mr.
Strona 18 - Sumatra, manufactures of this kind are carried to very great perfection, though the tools made use of are very coarse and clumsy. The workmen melt the gold in a crucible of their own forming, and, instead of bellows, they blow with their mouths through a piece of bamboo. They draw and flatten the...
Strona 18 - FORGERY at common law has been defined as "the fraudulent making or alteration of a writing to the prejudice of another man's right ;" (a) or, more recently, as " a false making, a making malo animo, of any written instrument, for the purpose of fraud and deceit...
Strona 18 - The point in issue is to be proved by the party who asserts the affirmative.
Strona 11 - The Governor and Company of the Merchants of London trading into the East Indies.
Strona 11 - This alluvium consists of an argillaceous earth or loam, more or less mixed with sand and a quartzose sand, probably derived from the adjacent deserts by violent winds. It is remarkable that this sedimentary deposit has no traces of stratification, and also that within short distances, great varieties are observed in what are apparently synchronous deposits.